Cheshire firefighters sent to south to deal with flooding crisis

Warrington Guardian: Firefighters sent to Berkshire Firefighters sent to Berkshire

CHESHIRE Fire Service has deployed a rescue boat and crew to Berkshire to help tackle the flooding that has been plaguing the area. 

Four firefighters from Warrington, Chester and Northwich Fire Stations have joined the relief efforts in the south as part of the national response to the flooding crisis.

This is the fifth group of firefighters and officers from Cheshire to have been sent to the south.  


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